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KICU
Feb 19, 2013 1:00pm PST
the bronx again. >> he's back to take on the chubby bunny challenge. >> that's not all. he's going to do something else. >> never end well. >> see what happens when the chubby bunny gets pepper sprayed. and don't miss your shot at an ipad mini. we've got tuesday's buzzword for your chance to win, in just a [ crickets chirping ] [ traffic passing ] ♪ [ music box: lullaby ] [ man on tv, indistinct ] ♪ [ lullaby continues ] [ baby coos ] [ man announcing ] millions are still exposed to the dangers... of secondhand smoke... and some of them can't do anything about it. ♪ [ continues ] [ gasping ] >>> welcome back to the show, everybody. don't forget to check out rightthisminute.com. you can see today's videos and more all day long. >> there's a new show about to premier on the discovery channel that's stirring up quite a bit of controversy. >> deep in the heart of the northern california mountains, marijuana growing season is under way. >> there's nothing more american than a man taking his piece of ground and producing a product that people want. >> this is the emerald -- >> this show
Comedy Central
Feb 4, 2013 11:30pm PST
grew up in the bronx. why do we need to know this much about supreme court justices? because it used to be nine sort of faceless white guys out there and america ran great. [ laughter ] i mean for the most part, here or there. >> here or there, dred scott. >> stephen: yeah, whatever. [ laughter ] you always say dred scott. now how did your childhood growing up in the bronx influence your job now? >> i don't know if it influences my job now, but it's made the person i am. and so there's a lot of people who are interested in that. i think the most important message of the book is, no, we're not nine faceless people. we're nine human beings and each of us with our own story and each of us an ordinary human being with an extraordinary job at times. we're still people. i wanted everyone who read this book -- because i know most people share an experience i've had or feeling i've had about an experience -- that everyone who read it could ultimately come out and say something like, "you know she's just like me. and if she can reach her dreams, i can reach mine." [ applause ] >> stephen: you
Univision
Feb 9, 2013 6:30pm PST
en el bronx con los detalles. >>> hola, muy buenas noches, lourdes cómo estás, también a félix, podemos dividir lo sucedido en la madrugada, en 3 áreas, en el condado de nueva york, en el bronx y también en nueva inglaterra, donde se sabía que iba a recbir más impacto, donde al menos 250 mil personas perdieron la electricidad, y también en nueva jersey y connecticut se cancelaron alrededor de mil vuelos, aquí en el área donde estamos ubicados, se dice que el beneficio de unos es la desgracia de otros, los neoyorkinos nos levantamos con la satisfacción que la electricidad no se fue en los 5 condados y básicamente las personas tuvieron que usar sus palas y sus autos para poder deespejar sus caminos, pero también muchas personas están aquí, hablamos con personas que llevan aquí 20 a 30 años, y dicen que esto básicamente es nada, comparado con el año 2011 cuando se vivió con tormentas día a día, estamos hablando de un promedio de 6 a 12 pulgadas, tenemos doce pies en el parque central, 15 pies en el área del bronx, pero las personas siguen con su rutina. >>>
SFGTV2
Feb 1, 2013 7:30am PST
boyle, an irish girl from the bronx, whose family was unwilling or unable to escape from the tranquility of two family yards in the outer boroughs. instead like many families they remained in the south bronx and inwood touting apartment living. most of the offspring of this family, detesting this condition, diligently sought a place in the middle class. some struggled and failed. most attained stability through service to the city. others surpassed their assigned status and rose to positions of influence in many areas of the society, reaching as far as the u.s. senate. still others perished along the way, succumbing to the ills of all ghettos in spite of their dubious romance provide in abundance. kenny's father was tommy romero, a puerto rican boy born in east harlem, a different kind of ghetto that produced some successes. before he was 10, the romero family took flight to the williams burg section of brooklyn because of the numbered streets such as south 6th and south 7th which carried their direction. in time, the south street became puerto rican, displacing the italians, who moved d
FOX
Feb 6, 2013 9:00am PST
, plus the quickest way to stop a flying suv, and the one thing even chuck from the bronx can't swallow. >> oh! [ laughter ] no. >>> a cab driver in florida picked up hardly the pleasant passenger. take a look at this. this is in plantation, florida. the cab drive sir -- the passenger you can see and hear is trying to rob the dude. >> give me your money. [ horn beeps ] >> the crazy thing is he picked him up at plantation general hospital. >> i say, what you say? i said you got nothing, bought i just come to pick you up. they let you go? >> this is at 1:30 in the morning. still the guy made off with a phone, gps and cash before taking off and running through a neighborhood. police still looking for this guy, asking the public for tips or hints that could lead to his capture. >> you know if anybody got hurt in this? >> no word of injuries. this was caught on surveillance cameras. yellow cab recently installed these in the cabs to capture moments just like this on any camera. a lot of cab drivers have to deal with a lot of riffraff. we've heard stories of cab drivers even getting killed. >
Univision
Feb 9, 2013 5:35am PST
cios cerraron temprano , en el bronx hay aún restaurantes chinos , la mayoría de locales y negócios están cerrados pero las personas continúan aquí. >> estos muchachos pidieron mandar saludos a republica dominicana. >> el gran problema es en la calle que esta resbaladiza. >> buenas noches roberto. >> nos acompaña el metereologo eduardo rodriguez. >> condiciónes críticas las próximas 24 horas y tenemos la combinación de estas dos tormentas que se han juntado , la nieve ha afectado a philadelpia, que debe mejorar a las 7 de la mañana , y boston alrededor de las 4 de la tarde debe mejorar , todos estos sectores con aviso de ventisca, la pñeor parte connecticut, nueva york con efectos considerables de estaq tormenta, vientos de 75 millas por hora y oleas de 7 pies , nieve 12 a 25 pulgadas , nueva york vientos de 15 , providence estamos hablandoo de 40 millas por hora, lo mismo para boston. >> en algúnos casos estas son condiciónes casi huracanadas en todos los bordes costeros , y puede crear condiciónes imposibles de manejar , mañan la zona va a estar intransitable. >> aca tenem
FOX
Feb 2, 2013 11:15pm EST
the bronx. and here on the go, and going to get the lay in. right there, nate throwing it down, and he had a team high 16. second half, it is -- love his name, like his game. taking it strong to the rack, hoyas win easily. they sweep st. johns and win number 200 on the hill top. how about maryland? mark and the terps looking to bounce back from wednesday's loss to florida state. wake forest is a god team. wells inside to alex. throws it down. 12 points, made 6 of his 7 shots that he attempted and they shot at well. jake, jay, made four of his six strides. terps by as many as 30. second half, more of the same. it is allen pulling up, knocking down the three. getting fouled and maryland works wake forest 86-60. easy win there. how about paul hewitt? they'll go to virginia tech, first. the hokies came out on fire in this one. knocking down the 3 right there and the hokies led out of the gate 11-0 at north carolina. but second half, it is james michael. game high 22. overtime we go. tied at 55. freshman, marcus abe scored 19. tar heels outscore. he is 17-5. extra time to win, 72-60. how about
Univision
Feb 9, 2013 11:00pm PST
mo pinta la situación desde el bronx. >>> sábado de descanso nada más alejado de la realidad, para los neoyorkinos es otra tormenta más, eso si un fin de semana activamente diferente. >>> sí, la tormenta de sandy donde cayeorn los árboles, las escuelas estaban cerradas, fue lo peor. >>> en números de p6 a 12 pulgadas de nieve en menos de 12 horas, 15 pulgadas en algunas zonas del bronx. >>> fue fuerte. >>> ya te ha pasado. >>>ssí. >>> de cuánto son los tickets. >>> de 100 a 300 dólares. >>> y si se cae alguien . >>> peor. >>> mejor no tener auto. >>> por quÉ. >>> porque no hay que palear. >>> una buena noticia, no hubo apagones que lamentar. >>> para este dominicano son casi 4 décadas paleando nieve. >>> qué es mejor, un traguito de mamajuana. >>> no sé, porque no tomo. >>> no solo nueva york se salvó de lo peor, sino que algunos supieron aprovechar la tarde. >>> de hecho las imágenes que qcaban de ver ,no son fortuitas la alcaldía de la ciudad destinó 5 parques para que los niños fueran a jugar con la nieve, incluso con aditamentos para hacer us sábado un poco diferen
CSPAN
Feb 9, 2013 11:00pm EST
in daylight, much less at night, and a government that was broken and stopped functioning. the south bronx and other neighborhoods looked like they had been bombed in an air raid. new york was in a state of despair and decay. for the first time in our long history, the whole city seemed to be in terminal decline. new york has always been a magnet for people, for growth and progress. in the 1970s, that had ceased to be true. then came koch. he held up his hands as that, enough. we will not accept this. our best days are still ahead. he convinced us we could still be great again. he understood how tough our problems were. he had the confidence to believe that our problems could be cured. he not only arrested the decline and showed that the unruly city was governable, he not only restore the fiscal health and made us that nation's economic engine, not only building affordable housing, not only made new york city once again a national leader in equal rights, arts, and culture, but he did something even more important. he restored the ark of our nation's city. before, we had lost our way. thank
CBS
Feb 6, 2013 11:00pm EST
project in the south bronx. at age seven she was diagnosed with type one diabetes. her father a factory worker died the following year. she and her younger brother were raised by a single mom who worked long hours just to make ends meet. but adversity did not stop her from ascending to the top of her profession. she went from high school valedictorian to princeton graduate to law review editor at yale. she served as a prosecutor and a corporate late gator before she was appointed as a district court judge. while still in her 30s. and then was appointed to the court of appeals. 11 years later she was sworn in as the nation's 111th justice. she tells her personal story in a new memoir. is it called "my beloved world." i am very pleased to have justice sonia sotomayor at this table for the first time. welcome. great to see you. >> thank you, charlie. i'm delighted to be here. >> rose: welcome back to new york. (laughs) >> you know, it will always be the home of my heart. as you may know, i've bought an apartment in washington and it's my new residence. >> rose: i've been reading ant how yo
NBC
Feb 21, 2013 10:00pm EST
. like an under 200 calorie steak egg white & cheese. is believed to be headed to the bronx. we have a task force-- nypd, state police, fbi. everybody works 12 on, 12 off. r.d.o.s are cancelled until he's caught. agent cantwell will bring you up to speed. - captain. rasmussen's a long-haul bus driver. he was laid off earlier this year. now, approximately five hours ago, he shot and killed his mother-in-law, his wife, and two of her co-workers. he left the scene in a stolen car, heading south. about three hours ago, he fatally shot this gas station attendant. - how does svu help? - before rasmussen's cell phone went dead, he made two calls to jeannie kerns, a prostitute working hunts point. liv, you remember her? - should i? - '92, you intervened in a dispute between her and a john. - when i was on patrol, captain, i did that a hundred times. - yeah, well, turns out this particular john is our shooter. - well, that can't be the same woman. that was 20 year ago. - yes, it is. it's her. - she's been on the street since the late '80s. 79 arrests in the last 25 years. - and rasmussen's ce
PBS
Feb 6, 2013 11:00pm PST
bronx. at age seven she was diagnosed with type one diabetes. her father a factory worker died the following year. she and her younger brother were raised by a single mom who worked long hours just to make ends meet. but adversity did not stop her from ascending to the top of her profession. she went from high school valedictorian to princeton graduate to law review editor at yale. she served as a prosecutor and a corpate late gator before she was appointed as a district court judge. while still in her 30s. and then was appointed to the court of appeals. 11 years later she was sworn in as the nation's 111th justice. she tells her personal story in a new memoir. is it called "my beloved world." i am very pleased to have justice sonia sotomayor at this table for the first time. welcome. great to see you. >> thank you, charlie. i'm delighted to be here. >> rose: welcome back to new york. (laughs) >> you know, it will wa be e home o my heart. as you may know, i've bought an apartment in washington and it's my new residence. >> rose: i've been reading ant how you're getting to know
FOX Business
Feb 17, 2013 1:30am EST
stores in the bronx and the city that just the inventory change alone could break their backs, but it's nuts, so imperial to me. >> neil: what do you make of it, adam? >> well, 20 years ago i covered the story when mcdonald did away with the polly styrene clamshell. they went to a product not as good, but they and their customers survived and i expect you new yorkers will survive this ban as well. >> neil: dpchgerri. >> there's a money angle, in the house they banned styrofoam and costs went through the roof. and the bodegas on 6th and 48th and 47th can't afford to make this change, it's ridiculous. >> i started his soft drink move because, well, because we have socialized medicine in new york and if you're going to have socialized medicine you get to control what people, the poison that people put in their body, but it does seem that like he gets caught up in these, in these sort of nanny state issues like, for example, it's his way or the highway, we're going to have the new york city marathon. going to have runners run through staten island, devastated like a third world nation and
FOX News
Feb 16, 2013 1:00pm PST
small stores in the bronx and inventory can break their backs. it's too imperial to me. >> neil: what do you make of it? >> in 20 years i covered the story when mcdonald's got rid of the polly to say reason, but they and their customers have survived and -- polistirene. >> there is a money angle in the house they ban styrofoam. the costs went through the roof. these people can't afford it. these little bode gagh on 47th can't afford to make the change, it's ridiculous. >> i supported the soft drink because we have socialized medicine in new york. if you are going to have socialized medicine you do get to control what people put in their body. he gets caught up in these nanny state issues. for example, it's his way or the highway. we're going to have new york city marathon. we're going to have runners run through staten island, he goes way too far. i actually like the mayor, brilliant guy. >> you know in new york city they will allow you carry marijuana but you can't have a 16-ounce pepsi. [ laughter ] >> what world are we living in. >> neil: you can't put the marijuana in styrofoam wheth
Univision
Feb 14, 2013 5:00am PST
restaurante, y de muchos mÁs de esta gran ciudad. la diva del bronx se convirtiÓ el domingo en el superhere de los grammy cuando evitÓ que un hombre subiera al escenario mientras cantaba adele. no se olviden que estas y otras noticias estÁn en the hollywood report. seguimos con mÁs de "primer impacto." >>> ya estÁ listo el video de tommy torres en el que participa nelly furtado. >>> estuvimos en exclusiva. >>> que lo disfruten. >>> ♪ dÉjame en los labios un trozo de tu cielo ♪ ♪ estar contigo ha sido dulce pero es del dulce que envenena ♪ casi mezclate en el aire corre por mis venas ♪ es que llegÓ la hora de este sin sentido ♪ y siempre regreso al mismo nido ♪ es que sin ti lo dulce sabe amargo ♪ >>> recuerde que hoy tendrÁ un twitt cam para hablar de este video. conÉctese a las 9 hora del este. 6 del oeste. su twitter @_ tommy. >>> por cierto, me lo encontrÉ en el pediatra. bueno el invierno sigue azotando con toda su fuerza >>> vamos con el tiempo, jackie hola?. >>> asÍ es bÁrbara y pamela amigos muy buenas tardes, esta vez les tengo que contar que el irn viernvier
LINKTV
Feb 2, 2013 6:00am PST
. the orchestra performs music by bronx. for me, there could be no better and to the date and this. -- day than this. 70 years on, where the thunder of artillery guns performs echoe peoples fought one another another to the death, we now hear music. and i can enjoy the moment in the company of the cal, veteran of the great patriotic war, as the second world war is known in russia, and my own personal hero. [applause]
FOX
Feb 3, 2013 5:00am PST
healthy produce and it is what people eat. i live in the south bronx, most of my produce, i get on the subway, and i go downtown, and i buy it, and bring it back up. people are feeling that are they going to go out of their way to experience that. >> i'm glad you mentioned that. andre, you work with people every day that come to you to be healthier, more well. how much of eating fast food is about what's in here. >> it has to do with how good do you feel about yourself. and think about how good the food is and the quality of the food is. so it's better to pick up pork rinds than potato chips. >> we see it in the news, most of the people we talk to know about it, but i think there is a strong relationship between the two. >> what role does culture play in this? because i come from a house where you eat fried chicken, things dipped in butter, lard, and just a tradition of eating bad stuff, right? how can we hold on to it and our culture. >> there's a level of awareness you have to have right there. you say i want fried chicken, so instead of doing it the old fashioned way, use coc
NBC
Jan 31, 2013 11:00pm EST
there arrested a 7-year-old boy at his public school in the bronx. it happened back in december. the kid was accused of taking another student's lunch money. now that boy's family is suing. they claim the boy was wrongly accused, humiliated anticipate interrogated for hours. his lawyer argues that it never would have happened in a more affluent neighborhood. >> do you think he would be arrest the. do you think he would be chained like an animal for 6 six hours to a wall in a precinct, interrogated, called a thief? >> new york city police have not yet commented on that lawsuit. >> social media is buzzing tonight about beyonce's bold statement to silence critics after last week's inauguration performance. ♪ and the rockets red glare the bombs bursting in air ♪ ♪ any questions? >> she sang live at a super bowl news conference today, but she admitted she had the help of a prerecorded track during herren decision here in d.c. she said she just wanted to ensure the best possible performance for the inauguration. but she does not plan to do any lip syncing during the super bowl halftime s
FOX
Feb 8, 2013 6:00pm EST
a bit ago. i was looking at some of the snow totals up there and i see about 2 1/2 at the bronx and an inch in central park and eight inches in burlington and five inches in bridgeport and they're going to have so much heavy snow and something changeed, it's faster and farther. i think two-foot snow totals are advisable. and we have the blizzard warnings for long island and in through massachusetts, rhode island, connecticut and into maine. some advisories in pennsylvania and the advisories for us are for wind and sustaining 20 to 30, gusting to 50 to some higher elevations and points to the north and west and they're not bad. we expect them to continue to increase. and what about the rest of the weekend? we'll talk about that and take to you new york and see how they're faring up there live. >>> our winter coverage is far from over. at 6:15, we'll take to you manhattan for an update on the conditions and remember, track the forecast. log on to our website at www.myfoxdc.com and give you more information on. that. >>> and to a story you heard first. we heard two offduty police
CBS
Feb 8, 2013 6:00pm EST
far. >> we have about 3 to 5 inches north of new york. we have 3 inches in the bronx. winds gusting to 36 in new york. but this is not the main event. the main event is overnight tonight. so, let's start with the radar. we will widen this out a little bit. you can see the bands of snow starting to move in over coastal connecticut and into massachusetts. and into the hudson river valley. we are looking at probably hurricane-force winds along the massachusetts coast by late tonight. predawn hours of tomorrow. these are pretty heavy bands of snow moving across southern new england right now. again, winds gusting to 41 miles per hour up into boston. the bulls eye is going to be east of 91, north of 90 and east of 495 up into eastern massachusetts and the northern and western suburbs of boston. again, they have a 495, too. west of that and north of the turnpike, we are talking about over 2 feet of snow. if this goes in boston, it will be in their top ten snows. we will come back and talk about one of the only effects this storm is going to have on us tonight. >> all right, topper. right
CSPAN
Feb 20, 2013 8:00pm EST
.s. supreme court. she was born in the bronx and raised in a public housing project. her parents moved from puerto rico to new york city during world war ii. her father became a factory worker and her mother joined the women's auxiliary corps. sonia sotomayor was diagnosed with diabetes at the age of seven and her father died when she was nine. she and her younger brother were raised by a single mother. her brother is now a doctor. sonia sotomayor graduated valedictorian of her high school class and she graduated from princeton university sue me, but he receiving the highest price for an undergraduate while attending yale law school she was editor of the "yale law journal." she could have become a highly paid lawyer but she went right into public service, becoming an assistant district attorney, serving the people of new york. she served at almost all levels of the judicial system including private legal practice as well as years on the federal bench. in 2009, president barack obama nominated and the u.s. senate confirmed sonia sotomayor as the 111th justice of the u.s. supreme court. i giv
CNBC
Feb 1, 2013 7:00pm EST
, for example, very corrupt democratic party. he had guys like stanley freeman in the bronx, who ran the bronx corruptly, went to jail. he had donald mannis in queens borough who wound up committing suicide he was so corrupt. and koch never fought that corruption and actually gave up on the budget battles that he did so well on. i mean, did he sort of peak and then go down as mayor? >> yeah, but that needs some explanation. it was a tam ni laul machine controlled city hall and all the government departments for years and decades. that was all their -- they would kind of give the nod to who could be mayor and that was koch, there was not much he could do about that stuff swirling around him. in the pregiuliani days he was the best mayor we ever had in new york. >> i agree. but i've got to give credit. i think giuliani did the crime wave ending along with bill bratton in ways that ed koch didn't. and i think giuliani fought corruption. i think koch was great in his first term. and i think he was fabulous later on when he was out of office. i mean, chuck scarborough, ed koch out of office was a s
ABC
Feb 19, 2013 2:35am EST
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CNN
Feb 2, 2013 4:00am PST
ruins in the south bronx anymore. that didn't happen by itself. >> let's talk about his personal life. he was an open book about everything except his sexual orientation. he was never married. a lot of folks speculated about him. did he talk to you about that for the film? >> sure. you know, it's important part of his political biography. because ever since he was running for elective office, he's been hounded by stories that he was gay. in 1977, when he was returning against mayor cuomo, there were signs vote for cuomo not the homo. he was asked about it. he was born in 1924, in 1977, you could be gay or you could be mayor, but you couldn't be both. so i think his unwillingness to say whether or not he was gay reflects a generational aspect of him. and he's a stubborn guy so he stayed with it through the end. so we did discuss it. and i discussed it in the context of the gay crisis. because many felt because he was in the closet he was less prone to want to identify with a gay issue with attacking the aids crisis. i said, were you ever tempted to use your platform if you were gay rea
CSPAN
Feb 10, 2013 6:15am EST
hope will come out of people reading this book. >> moving from the bronx to princeton university from one world to another in a series of culture shocks, you described it as becoming a stranger in strange lands, but you discovered ways of adapting to new cultural worlds. what is your advice to others negotiating the same kinds of passages? >> what i had done, and i described in my book, at every juncture of my life, is i have stayed connected to people from the latino community. i have joined latino groups. i have abdicated to some of the needs of latinos, and i've done it because it's given me a sense of comfort and security of my life. we all gravitate to that which we grew up in, because it's the familiar. and the familiar is warming, and security and confidence building. but i'm very careful to give a more broader lesson in my book to talk about the need, not to insulate yourself within your community, but simply to use it as a springboard into the larger world. yeah, go back, know your culture, have your friends, feel their warmth. but then go out and explore. that's what they ar
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